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The National Party is criticising the Government's uptake of electric vehicles into its fleet, saying it's taking too long. Audio
The government is proposing a new road safety strategy called Road to Zero, aiming to cut road deaths by 40 percent in the next decade. Video
The former boss of the New Zealand Transport Agency's (NZTA) high-tech innovation arm has been heavily criticised in a report on his work.
Firearms owners are concerned that foreigners and New Zealanders returning to the country aren't being scrutinised as closely as others when they seek a gun licence.
A New Zealand father has been forced back to Australia where he has no access to legal aid despite an Australian government agency having suggested he leave.
The Court of Appeal is set to reconsider the way New Zealand courts deal with the Hague Convention.
Police are working to improve security at a quarter of all police stations after an audit into firearms storage.
Police have revealed details of how the gun buyback process will work at a public demonstration today. Video
Police have heeded the advice of the Deerstalkers Association and banned media from attending gun buy-back events.
A New Zealand mother who was forced into hiding to escape her abusive Australian partner is now back home with her child after a rare win in the Australian courts.
Motorsport legend Greg Murphy has slammed a proposed road safety strategy for failing to put NZ drivers' under-trained and over-confident behaviour at the forefront.
A new road safety proposal called Vision Zero which could begin next year will focus on reducing deaths and injuries, rather than the number of crashes. Video
Police have sped up the importing of guns into the country by steamlining the process of giving out permits.
Some of the country's most popular cars could be banned from being imported under a proposed new road safety strategy. Audio
In the days following the Christchurch terror attacks, politicians rushing to pass new laws mistakenly agreed to ban magazines for all firearms.
The government won't be signing off on a vast increase in the number of speed cameras, unless they're well sign-posted. Video
Hundreds of speed cameras, attracting much larger fines, could be added to the roading network under the next road safety strategy.
Police have processed at least one firearms licence in less than a day, while 96.29 percent of applicants have succeeded in getting a licence.
Racism is embedded in every area of the criminal justice system, according to a report released by the Safe and Effective Justice advisory group.
VINZ is accusing a New Zealand Transport Agency board member of a conflict of interest in his pursuit of a policy change involving conflicts of interest.
A NZTA tool shows 87 percent of speed limits on New Zealand roads are higher than is safe. Audio
Police want to hand the nation's speed camera network over to the New Zealand Transport Agency, because of rising costs and the belief it doesn't align with core police work.
Fifty years after the first humans stepped foot on the moon, four of New Zealand's brightest students have earned 10-week internships at NASA.
With more road deaths this year than at the same time last year, police are yet again urging drivers to take more care and responsibility.
Free practical and theoretical driver licence training remains a government promise, and could be on the cards when the Budget is announced later this month.